Digital, energy and health: this week's Brussels agenda in a nutshell | I-Com
Home Brussels Page 8

Brussels

Digital, energy and health: this week's Brussels agenda in a nutshell



The week of the 14-18 March is packed with activities, many of which being of interest to European Parliament Committees. From the meeting of the...
bruxelles

Digital, energy and health: this week's Brussels agenda in a nutshell



The recent developments in Ukraine have deeply shaken the European Union and its institutions to the point of redefining their agenda. The European Parliament met...

Digital, energy, and health: this week's Brussels agenda in a nutshell



The week of the 28 February-4 March is packed with activities, many of which being of interest to European Parliament Committees. From the meeting of...

The European Data Act: further accomplishment in the European Strategy for Data

Article
Giorgia Termini
With the advent of the digital economy, industrial and commercial data is increasingly becoming a critical source of innovation and value. Moreover, it is now...

Digital, energy, and health: this week's Brussels agenda in a nutshell



The week of 21-25 February is packed with ministerial meetings of interest for the Council. These include the transport ministers meeting in Le Bourget in...

DMA and DSA: state of the art on the European attempt to regulate digital

Article
Giorgia Termini
The digital economy has raised important issues related to international economic relations and governance, particularly in terms of digital service regulation and ensuring competition. Within the last decade, digital platforms and ecosystems have evolved...

Digital, energy, and health: this week's Brussels agenda in a nutshell



From the report on strengthening the Union in the fight against cancer to the one on a European strategy for offshore renewable energy, the week...
chips

EU Chips Act: Europe’s quest for digital sovereignty passes through semiconductors

Article
Niccolò Giusti
The EU is a global industrial power highly dependent on third countries as regards the raw materials needed for European industrial manufacturing, as in the...

EU Commission includes specific investments in gas and nuclear in the EU Taxonomy

Article
Giorgia Termini
The “Taxonomy for sustainable activities” is a system that classifies activities and businesses according to their sustainability. The Commission started developing it back in 2020, aiming at redirecting private funds towards sustainable initiatives. At...

Towards a European Health Union: What’s on the 2022 table

Article
Eleonora Mazzoni
The health emergency has created an unprecedented burden on the European Member States, leading to the European institutions having to rapidly intervene to address the main bottlenecks and strengthen the European capacity to respond...